Guess what, Fabric-a-brac lovers? It’s time for another round-up of creations made from Fabric-a-brac finds! Check out these gorgeous things that some talented people have made with treasures they found at a Fabric-a-brac event……
Le Wise La Sylphide by The Curious Kiwi
Here’s a very “New Zealand” dress from The Curious Kiwi – the pattern is the La Sylphide by Nelson-based designer Papercut patterns, the photography is lovely, scenic NZ beach, and the buttons are from a Wellington Fabric-a-brac event.
Eye of the Tiger dress from Crazy Gypsy Chronicles
Rrrawwwwrrr!!! From owls to tigers, this lovely maxi dress was made by Crazy Gypsy Chronicles using a pixelated tiger-print fabric found at Fabric-a-brac. (Seriously folks, where else would you find something as awesomely crazy as pixelated tiger-print fabric? Only at Fabric-a-brac!)
Gold lurex dress from Adventures of a Girl from the Naki
From one crazy-amazing fabric to another, here’s a stunning gold lurex dress (fabric from Fabric-a-brac, of course!) made by Adventures of a Girl from the Naki.
Floral Forties dress by Modern Vintage Cupcakes
Heading into a different part of the colour wheel, Modern Vintage Cupcakes used Fabric-a-brac find of a length of vintage blue floral fabric to make up a dress from a re-released 1940’s dress pattern. (Vintage fabric, vintage pattern – seems rather appropriate, does it not?)
Modern Red Riding Hood Cape from The Dreamstress
Moving on from dresses, here’s something a bit different – a cape! Made by The Dreamstress, and lined in a gorgeous scarlet viscose jacquard found at (you guessed it!) Fabric-a-brac.
Vintage Cushions from Sewing Down Under
And rounding off this round-up of creations from Fabric-a-brac finds are these super pretty cushion, made by Sewing Down Under, using doileys and a green scarf from Fabric-a-brac.
Oooh, don’t all those pretty things just make you want to go and get crafting?!!
Have you made something using Fabric-a-brac finds? Want to share it on here? Either leave a link to a blog post in a comment below, or email details (either a link to a blog post, or if you don’t blog, an image and details of what you made) to macska at gmail dot com to get added into the next creations round-up.
Happy crafting, everyone!